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Cool Only Earth Live Neutral N/A N/A
Pressing this for seven seconds initiates Test Cooling Heat Pump Earth Live Neutral Heating Defrost
Pressing this for ten seconds initiates Test Heating Inverter Earth Live Neutral Comms N/A
Sensor Resistances - Use to check Thermistor
Sensor readings are the same for both indoor and outdoor units.
If the fault code suggests the sensor is a problem but you get Sensor At 10C At 20C At 30C
a sensor reaading as to the righ then either the Connection or Indoor Air All 30K 0hms 18K 0hms 12K 0hms
PCB is at fault Indoor Pipe All 40K 0hms 25K 0hms 16K 0hms
Outdoor Air Singles 30K 0hms 18K 0hms 12K 0hms
Outdoor Pipe Singles 10K 0hms 6K 0hms 3K 0hms
Compressor Singles 100K 0hms 60K 0hms 40K 0hms
All Outdoor Multis 40K 0hms 25K 0hms 16K 0hms
Code Outdoor LEDS - CU3E23 & CU4E27 Only Meaning Likely Cause
Reference LED 1 LED 2 LED 3 LED4
H11 Off Off Off Off Comms Failure Faulty Wiring or other problem with ID to OD communication

H12 Off Off Off Off ID/OD Compatibility Problem Over or Underindexed multi system

H14 Off Off Off Off Indoor Air Sensor Faulty Sensor Disconnected, Faulty or Contacts Dirty

H15 Off Off Off Off Compressor Sensor Faulty Sensor Disconnected, Faulty or Contacts Dirty

H16 On On Off Off Current Transformer Problem Power Transistor Module or Outdoor PCB Faulty. Very Low Gas

H19 Off Off Off Off Indoor Fan Motor Locked Fan Motor of Indoor PCB Failure

H21 Off Off Off Off Float Switch Operated Check Drainage


H23 Off Off Off Off Indoor Pipe Sensor Faulty Sensor Disconnected, Faulty or Contacts Dirty

H27 Off Off Off Off Outdoor Air Sensor Faulty Sensor Disconnected, Faulty or Contacts Dirty

H28 Off Off Off Off Outdoor Pipe Sensor Faulty Sensor Disconnected, Faulty or Contacts Dirty

H30 Off Off Off Off Outdoor Discharge Sensor 1 Faulty Sensor Disconnected, Faulty or Contacts Dirty

H32 Off Off Off Off Outdoor Discharge Sensor 2 Faulty Sensor Disconnected, Faulty or Contacts Dirty

H33 Off Off Off Off Incorrect Connection Voltage Indoor or Outdoor Voltage Incorrect/Faulty Wiring

H34 Off Off Off On Outdoor Heat Sink Sensor Faulty Sensor Disconnected, Faulty or Contacts Dirty

H36 Off Off Off Off Outdoor Gas Sensor Faulty Sensor Disconnected, Faulty or Contacts Dirty

H37 Off Off Off Off Outdoor Liquid Sensor Faulty Sensor Disconnected, Faulty or Contacts Dirty

H39 Off Off Off Off Abnormal Indoor Operation Incorrect Piping or Expansion Valve Problem

H41 Off Off Off Off Abnormal Wiring or Piping Wiring or Piping Crossed ona Twin System

H97 Off Off Off Off Outdoor Fan Failure Outdoor Fan Motor or PCB Failure

H98 On Off On On Indoor Coil Overheat (Heat Mode) Dirty Filters or Indoor Coil. Very High Room Temperature

H99 On Off On On Indoor Coil De-Ice (Cool Mode) Dirty Filters or Indoor Coil. Low Gas Charge or Low Ambient Temp

F11 On Off Off Off Reversing Valve Failure Faulty Reversing Valve, Coil or Outdoor PCB

F17 On Off On On Standby Units Freezing Multi Only. Expansion Valve Leakage

F90 On Off Off On PFC Failure Problem with Inverter or Compressor

F91 Off Off On On Refrigeration Cycle Problem Low Gas or Blockage

F93 Off On On Off Compressor Abnormal Revolution Compressor Running Incorrectly

F95 Off Off Off Off Outdoor Coil Overheat (Cool Mode) Dirty Condensor Coil, low gas or blockage

F96 Off Off Off Off IPM or Compressor Overheating Excess or Low Gas Charge or dirty heat exchanger

F97 On On On On High Discharge/Compressor Temp Low Gas Charge or Failed Compressor

F98 Off On Off On Overcurrent Protection Outdoor Heat Exchanger Problem. Excess Gas

F99 Off Off On Off DC Overcurrent Protection Outdoor PC, Power Transistor or Compressor Failure

None On On Off On Control Box Overheating Maintenance Required on OD Unit
Fault Diagnostics – Older Style FS Units R22

First generation series 11NP Series with E style fault codes
Press check on the Wired Controller to call up the Fault Codes.
Fault Code Indoor Unit PCB Meaning

At Remote LED1 LED2 LED3 Of Fault Code

E1 Flash Flash Flash Signal from RC to ID Unit faulty
E2 Lit Float Switch
E3 Lit Air Sensor Faulty
E4 Lt Pipe sensor Faulty
Second Generation 21NP Series with F Fault Codes
Press Check on the Wired Controller to call up the Fault Codes

Fault Code Indoor Unit PCB Outdoor Unit PCB Meaning

At Remote LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 Of Fault Code
F2 Lit Lit Lit Lit Float switch
F3 Lit Lit Indoor Air Sensor Faulty
F4 Lit Lit Indoor Air Sensor Faulty
F5 Lit Lit Lit Lit Lit Signal from RC to ID faulty
F5 Lit Lit Lit No Signal from ID to RC
F6 Lit Lit Lit Lit Signal from ID to OD faulty
F6 Lit Lit Lit No Signal from Od to ID
F13 Lit Lit Lit OD Unit Overcurrent Protection
F15 Lit Lit Lit HP Switch
F18 Lit Lit Lit Outdoor Pipe Sensor Faulty
Third Generation 32JP Models and Later
Press Check on the Wired Handset and use the Fault Codes on the next page. Please Note: The LED codes shown are not applicable to R22/R407c units but
the F codes are
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All prices shown are retail and are exclusive of VAT at 17.5% Air Conditioning Guide
Fault Codes – FS Series
Current Models R410a
Pressing Check on the wired remote while CHECK is flashing will give the Fault and the address of the unit with the Fault
Pressing Timer Set with the fault displayed will display a second code giving further information (detail code)
Pressing Check for 5 seconds will check past faults
On wireless handsets press the temp up for 5 seconds to enter error check mod
Scroll through the codes using the temp up button until a beep is heard from the indoor unit
Press set and repeat until the full code is displayed
F Code Detail Outdoor LED Meaning
Display Display 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 Of Code
F15 O1 Flash Flash Flash Flash See Note 1 Drain Failure
F16 O1 Flash See Note 1 Louvre Failure
F17 O1 See Note 1 Option Problem
F17 O2 Flash Flash Flash See Note 1 DC Fan Motor Failure
F20 O1 Flash Flash See Note 1 ID Air Sensor
F20 O2 Flash Flash Flash See Note 1 RC Air Sensor
F21 O1 Flash Flash Flash See Note 1 ID Pipe Sensor
F25 O1 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 See Note 1 Addressing Incorrect
F26 O1 Flash Flash Flash See Note 1 RC Comms Problem
F27 O1 Flash Flash Flash Flash See Note 1 ID - OD Comms Disconnected ID
F27 O2 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 See Note 1 ID - OD Comms Connection ID
F27 O5 Flash Flash Flash Flash Flash See Note 1 ID - OD Comms Connection ID
F27 O1 Flash Flash Flash ID - OD Comms Disconnected OD
F27 O2 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 ID - OD Comms Connection OD
F27 O5 Flash ID - OD Comms Connection OD
F29 O1 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 ID PCB Setting
F30 O1 Flash ID/OD Capacity Incorrect
F30 O2 Flash Flash Phase Rotation
F31 O1 Flash Low Pressure
F31 O2 Flash High Pressure
F31 O6 Flash Flash Reversing Valve
F31 O8 Flash Flash Indoor Coil Iced
F31 O9 Flash Flash Flash Gas Leak
F31 10 Flash Flash Flash Low Gas, Valve Shut or Blockage
F32 O3 Flash Flash Inverter Low dc Volts
F32 O4 Flash Flash Flash Inverter IPM
F32 O5 Flash Flash Compressor Overcurrent
F32 O6 Flash Flash Flash Compressor Disch Temp High
F32 O8 Flash Flash Flash Inverter PFC
F32 O9 Flash Flash Inverter High dc Volts
F32 10 Flash Flash Flash Compressor Rotation Problem
F33 O1 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 Compressor High Current
F33 O2 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 High Discharge Temp
F35 2 Flash Flash OD dc Fan Motor Locked
F40 O1 Flash OD Outlet Sensor
F40 11 Flash Suction Temp
F40 21 Flash Flash OD Liquid Sensor
F40 31 Flash Flash Flash Defrost Sensor
F40 51 Flash Flash Discharge Sensor
F40 41 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 Discharge Sensor
F40 61 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 OD Pipe Sensor
F41 O2 Flash Flash Flash HP Switch
F41 O3 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 Heating HP Switch
F41 11 Flash Flash Low Pressure Sensor
F42 O1 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 Compressor Current Sensor
F42 11 Flash Flash Current Sensor Open
F44 O1 Flash Flash Inverter IPM Sensor
F49 O1 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 OD PCB Setting Faulty
F49 O2 Only for Older Models with LEDS 1-6 OD PCB Setting Faulty
Note 1: LED308 is lit if the master unit is the problem or 309 for the slave
LED 301 is lit when power is supplied to the PCB
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Air Conditioning Guide All prices shown are retail and are exclusive of VAT at 17.5%
A General Guide To Urban Style Products
Pipework
• Pipe sizes and lengths should be as the relevant Technical Guide
• Both lines should be insulated
• No line accessories or oil traps should be fitted
• In cooling mode the suction line should sweat, but not freeze
• In heating mode both pipes should be between 30 and 60C
• Pipework should be refrigeration quality
• Look for restrictions. They could cause compressor failures.
Outdoor Unit
• Discharge Temperature should be between 50 and 70C
• Suction Temperature should be between -3 and 4C
• Check Suction Line is sweating in cooling - problem if not!
• Hot Recip. Compressor = PROBLEM
• Sweating/Frost on expansion line - undercharged
Indoor Unit
• Is it level? Have we adequate drainage?
• Smells are always due to site conditions or drains.
• Flashing lights? = Fault Diagnostics - see over
• When were the filters last cleaned?
• Is the unit too large/small (between 5/20 air circs/hr)
• Is the air short cycling?
Controller
• Is it a wired or wireless handset.
• Is the handset too far away?
• When were the batteries changed last?
• With wired handset, check for interference.
• Is the unit in Emergency Mode?
• Check unit and controller channels compatible
Wiring
• Interconnecting comms wiring is low voltage
• If you have 230V live, check you have a neutral as well
• Check Mains and comms cable not swapped round
• Multi linked systems must be set up as such
• Check voltage drops! Check it isn’t down to Earth!
• Interconnecting cables should be circular crimped
Selecting Test Run
Selecting Emergency Mode is done at the Indoor and Outdoor Unit PCB.
It bypasses the Control Sensors and should not be done for more than 30 minutes.
Indoor PCB - Switch SS1 to Emergency Setting Wire E 1 2 3
Outdoor PCB - Switch Emergency Switch 1 to ON All Earth Live Neutral Comms
Outdoor PCB - Switch Emergency Switch 2 to Cool or
Sensor Resistances – Use to check Thermistor
Air and Pipe sensors apply to indoor AND outdoor units. Sensor At 10C At 20C At 30C
The discharge sensor is only in the outdoor unit. Air Sensor 40K 0hms 25K 0hms 16K 0hms
If the fault code suggests the sensor is a problem but you Pipe Sensor 40K 0hms 25K 0hms 16K 0hms
get a sensor reading as to the right then either the connection Discharge Sensor 480K 0hms 293K 0hms 184K 0hms
or PCB is at fault.
For models CU3E23 & CU4E27 only there is a Green LED which normally flashes

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